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BrianInPA

Look Ma, No Hands!
Hello all! Picked up another Roadmaster today. Haven't seen another one with this fork yet, wondering if that is aftermarket. Any help with what model and year I have would be appreciated. I saw the prefix of "H" was used a couple times, so not sure is this is a series 1. Serial# is H94338. Thanks for the help!

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mrg

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Mid to late 40's to early 50's depending if there letters over to the the side of the #'s ( Cw or ACw) that will tell exact year but I'm wondering more about the Snyder springer that is very strangely put together?
 

WetDogGraphix

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Hello all! Picked up another Roadmaster today. Haven't seen another one with this fork yet, wondering if that is aftermarket. Any help with what model and year I have would be appreciated. I saw the prefix of "H" was used a couple times, so not sure is this is a series 1. Serial# is H94338. Thanks for the help!

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It's definitely not put together right. Here's all you need to know with these springers..

 

BrianInPA

Look Ma, No Hands!
BRIAN WELCOME, LOOKS LIKE YOUR BIKE IS CLEVELAND WELDING CO. 1946 WITH A ROLLFAST SPRINGER REALLY COMPLETE GREAT PROJECT
Question for you...I see on the chart on pg 58 of this post there is a series 1 "H" (1940-1941) and a series 2 "H" (1946). Are the other characteristics the you were able to tell the difference? Thanks again!

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mrg

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Easiest thing is no built in feet in the frame for rear stand so post war. if no extra letters over to the side of the #'s ( sometimes hidden by paint/crust ) it's probably a 46.
 

BrianInPA

Look Ma, No Hands!
Easiest thing is no built in feet in the frame for rear stand so post war. if no extra letters over to the side of the #'s ( sometimes hidden by paint/crust ) it's probably a 46.
Ok that makes sense, I did see that somewhere about the rear stand. Lots to learn but really enjoying learning about these old bikes. Thanks again for the help!
Easiest thing is no built in feet in the frame for rear stand so post war. if no extra letters over to the side of the #'s ( sometimes hidden by paint/crust ) it's probably a 46.
 
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